Like Jeff and Simon, I am waiting for Domino to release TLS 1.0 for SMTP.
We recently stopped receiving emails from a certain company. It was hard to troubleshoot as the company that was unable to send us emails was the local branch of an international company and their email was hosted on a foreign provider. And they did not have local IT staff. After a lot of asking around we managed to get a server log extract with the technical reason for the failure: "TLS handshake failed."
And that is what brought me here...
Now if only IBM had sent us a communiqué to inform us about this vulnerability, maybe we would not have wasted days trying to figure out the problem...and lost important emails in the process...
And that would also have prevented a lot of user frustration.
I get lots of emails from IBM (e.g. Open Mic Webcast, Ask the Experts session). The last one I received was "IBM explores the next wave of technology." on the 27/10/14. I find it disturbing that when there is an issue that might affect mail delivery (which is critical), IBM did not notify us of this.
Also, is Traveler affected?
I found this: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/ndseforum.nsf/xpTopicThread.xsp?documentId=8906EA6748C9CFFC85257D7B0032AD66
But what about Android, BlackBerry 10 and Windows phone devices?